Travis Scott Gifts Fan Who Beat Cancer With McDonald's Collab Action Figure

After beating cancer for a second time, Jonah DeToro was surprised with one of the rare Travis Scott McDonald's action figures from the man himself.

Travis Scott attends the premiere of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly."

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Travis Scott attends the premiere of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly."

Travis Scott put a smile on the face of a young fan who had just beat cancer for a second time by giving him one of his rare McDonald's action figures. 

According to his GoFundMe page, Jonah DeToro had successfully overcame a brain tumor in 2019, only to discover that even more aggressive tumors had spread throughout his brain and spine. DeToro stayed at the Children's Hospital in Wisconsin for, at least, a month to undergo additional chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. 

During his hospital stay, DeToro posted a photo of himself on his birthday eating the Travis Scott meal from McDonald's.

No better way to fight cancer than having a #TravisScottmeal on my birthday @trvisXX

— Jonah DeToro (@jtoro_13) September 9, 2020

Travis caught wind of the post, and wanted to do something special for DeToro. 

Ur my hero!!!! Anyway If I can make ur day better makes me happy !!! Imma try to get something up there to u kiddo. ❤️❤️

— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) September 9, 2020

DeToro revealed Monday that he had beaten cancer for a second time. 

Deuces 4 Ever @cancer #2xChamp

— Jonah DeToro (@jtoro_13) November 9, 2020

Shortly after that, DeToro posted a photo with his "victory trophy," the Travis Scott McDonald's figurine. 

Thanks for the victory trophy @trvisXX @McDonalds

— Jonah DeToro (@jtoro_13) November 9, 2020

Someone is currently trying to resell one of these Cactus Jack figurines on StockX with an asking price of $55,000. The highest bid, however, currently stands at $4,050. 

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